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2010年以来出版论新媒体的8本英文专著和论文集

(2011-04-06 21:03:26)
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这里只讲研究中国新媒体的英文著作。2009年以前已经出版的至少8本,这里不列了。2010年以来出版的,我见到的共8本。其中6本专论新媒体,最后两本论文集是关于中国媒体历史和发展现状的,新媒体不是重点,但也有篇章论述,因此也收在这里。以下是作者、书名和目录。

Fengshu Liu, Urban Youth in China: Modernity, the Internet and the Self (Routledge, 2010).

Introduction
1. Social Transformation in China (1979-2010)
2. The Internet with Chinese Characteristics
3. Paradoxes as Lived Experiences of Modernization: Urban Youth with Chinese Characteristics
4. The Internet in the Everyday Lifeworld: ‘I-and-the-Internet’ Narratives from Members of China’s ‘Net-Generation’
5. The Internet Anxiety, the Norm of the ‘Good’ Netizen and the Construction of the ‘Proper’ Wired Self
6. Between Demonization and Celebration: Chinese Urban Youth and the Net Café
7. The Balinghou’s Collective Narrative in an Online Forum
8. From Political Indifference to Vehement Nationalism: Chinese Young People Negotiating the Political Self in the Internet Age.
Conclusion: Modernity, the Internet and the Self.

Paola Voci, China on Video: Smaller-Screen Realities (Routledge 2010)

1. Smaller-Screen Realities
2. Building Bridges: From Silver Screens to Smaller-Screen Realities
3. Animations
4. Portable Movies: Cellflix
5. Egao Movies: Wicked Fun, Participatory Culture and Enlightenment
6. Light Political Documentaries
7. Lightened (Up) Subaltern Smaller-Screens
8. Smaller-Screens: Film Spaces and Theories
9. An Afterword on Lightness: Quasi-Conclusion

David Kurt Herold and Peter Marolt, eds., Online Society in China: Creating, celebrating, and instrumentalising the online carnival。 Routledge, 2011.

Introduction: Noise, Spectacle, Politics – Carnival in Chinese Cyberspace - David Kurt Herold
Part I – Creating the Carnival – Netizens and the State
1. Cultural Convulsions – Examining the Chineseness of Cyber China - Wai-chi, Rodney Chu and Chung-tai Cheng
2. The Internet Police in China: Regulation, Scope and Myths - Xiaoyan Chen and Peng Hwa Ang
3. Grassroots agency in a civil sphere? Re-thinking Internet Control in China - Peter Marolt
Part II – Celebrating the Carnival – Fun, Freak-shows, and Masquerades
4. Parody and resistance on the Chinese Internet - Hongmei Li
5. China's many Internets: Participation and digital game play across a changing technology landscape - Silvia Lindtner and Marcella Szablewicz
6. Lost in virtual carnival and masquerade: In-game marriage on the Chinese Internet - Weihua Wu and Xiying Wang
PART III – Instrumentalising the Carnival – Rioting as Activism
7. Human Flesh Search Engines: Carnivalesque Riots as components of a 'Chinese Democracy' - David Kurt Herold
8. In search for motivations: Exploring a Chinese Linux user group - Matteo Tarantino
9. Identity vs. anonymity: Chinese netizens and questions of identifiability - Kenneth Farrall and David Kurt Herold
10. Taking urban conservation online: Chinese civic action groups and the Internet - Nicolai Volland
Conclusion: Netizens and Citizens, Cyberspace and Modern China - David Kurt Herold

Helen Sun, Internet Policy in China: A Field Study of Internet Cafes, Lexington Books, 2010.

INTRODUCTION
PART I: ISSUES AT THE MACRO LEVEL

1 Techno-Socio Relationships
2 The Evolution of Statism in China
3 Media Development and Communication Policy
4 The State's Political Response to Internet Technology

PART II: ISSUES AT THE MICRO LEVEL

5 Theories about the Public Sphere and the Regulability of Cyberspace
6 Internet Cafes and Their Environment
7 Net Bar Visitors and Their Reaction to Regulation
8 Net Bar Owners and Their Interaction with the State

CONCLUSION

Lagerkvist Johan, After the Internet, Before Democracy. (Peter Lang, 2010)

Internet regulation and the youth/subaltern norm  
In blogs they trust?
And the baton passes to ... citizen journalism
Weapons of harmony and irony
Old propaganda becomes ideotainment  
A nationalistic information sphere
The Google mirage: global business norms versus Internet sovereignty
Norms endgame and breakthrough.

Simon Shen and Shaun Breslin, eds., Online Chinese Nationalism and China's Bilateral Relations (Lexington Books, 2010)

Introduction

1. When China Plugged In: Structural Origins of Online Chinese Nationalism Simon Shen and Shaun Breslin
2. Nationalism-on-demand? When Chinese Sovereignty Goes Online Sow Keat Tok

The First Layer: Japan, Taiwan and the USA

3. China's Online Nationalism towards Japan James Reilly
4.Networking Anti-Japanese Protests: Popular Sovereignty Reasserted since 2005 Shih-diing Liu
5. Alternative Online Chinese Nationalism: Response to the Anti-Japanese Campaign in China on Hong Kong's Internet Simon Shen
6. Ethnocentric Perceptive Re-explored: Online Chinese Nationalism toward Taiwan Benson Wai-kwok Wong
7. The "Two Americas" Dichotomy: Online Chinese Nationalism towards the United States of America Yaling Pan

The Second Layer: The Rests of the World

8. Beyond Sino-ASEAN Relations: Online Chinese Nationalism towards Southeast Asia Chun Zhang
9. Online Chinese Nationalism toward the European Union: Economic and Diplomatic Implications of the Olympic Torch Relay Protests  Winnie King
10. Online Nationalism and Sino-UK Relations Chun-wing Lee
11. A constructed (un)reality on China's re-entry into Africa: the Chinese online community perception of Africa Simon Shen
12.Discussions on Sino-Latin American Relations at Qiangguo Forums (or the Lack Thereof) Kai-chi Leung

Conclusion
13. Online Chinese nationalism(s): Comparisons and Findings
Shaun Breslin and Simon Shen

Cynthia Brokaw and Christopher A. Reed eds., From Woodblocks to the Internet: Chinese Publishing and Print Culture in Transition, Circa 1800 to 2008 (Sinica Leidensia) (Brill, 2010).

本书目录暂缺,其中涉及互联网的有三篇文章,一篇论新文学,讲到卫惠、棉棉和木子美,作者 Daria Berg;一篇论网络文学,拙作;最后一篇论网络管制,作者Gudrun Wacker

Susan L. Shirk, Changing Media, Changing China (Oxford University Press, 2010)

Introduction, Susan L. Shirk
1. China's Emerging Public Sphere, Qian Gang and David Bandurski
2. The Rise of the Business Media in China, Hu Shuli
3. Struggling Between Propaganda and Commercials, Miao Di
4. Environmental Journalism in China, Zhan Jiang
5. The Engineers of Human Souls, Tai Ming Cheung
6. Changing Media, Changing Courts?, Benjamin Liebman
7. What Kind of Information Does the Public Demand?, Daniela Stockmann
8. The Rise of Online Public Opinion and its Political Impact, Xiao Qiang
9. Changing Media, Changing Foreign Policy in China,Susan L. Shirk


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